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CRT 2005 Object Archive

for objects that appeared on the CRT page during 2005
but no longer have impact solutions or are not presently under active observation
and aren't yet in, or updated fully in, A/CC's Catchall Catalog of Minor Objects

Note: All objects listed with impact solutions from March 2002 through 2005 JO3 in early May 2005 can be found in A/CC's Catchall Catalog version 4 and version 3 (version 4 has 285,500-plus listings, and has more functionality, but isn't available on A/CC's backup site, and may suffer the occasional hiccup).
      This CRT 2005 Object Archive page was begun on 8 Oct. 2005 as a temporary repository to keep info available to readers while decreasing CRT page download size. Earlier listings that belong here are being recalled from A/CC's records and added as time permits, going back to May 2005. The plan is to later move all of these into the Catchall, when the substantial time needed for that update becomes available.


Object index










a = amateur discovery   c = on CRT page   f = FMOP discovery   r = has impact solution(s)   s = small object (H>22.0)


2005 YW93

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  360 meters (JPL 3 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-Y58

Notes:  2005 Y93 was discovered on 28 Dec. 2005 by David Tholen's team using the Univ. of Hawaii 2.2m telescope on Mauna Kea and was announced on Dec. 30th. JPL posted it on Jan. 3rd with impact solutions, and removed it on Jan. 14th.

Packed designation:  K05Y93W


2005 YU55

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  130 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-Y47

Notes:  2005 YU55 was discovered with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope on 28 Dec. 2005 and, after confirmation overnight, was announced the next day. This is when JPL posted it with 1,111 highly-preliminary impact solutions beginning in early 2009, which changed to 111 solutions starting in 2028 when the next observations became available. NEODyS posted it on Dec. 31st.

On Jan. 5th it was reported that this object was observed on 30 and 31 Dec. and 4 and 5 Jan. JPL posted its updated risk assessment on the 6th UTC (still the 5th local time), cutting its solution count by a tenth, to 111, with the earliest in 2028.

Packed designation:  K05Y55U

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2036-2107    66-3.83-4.89029.8615.0e-060.130

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2036-2080  36-4.18-4.89029.861
28 Jan. 05

2005 YU3

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  400 meters (JPL 28 Dec. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-Y31

Notes:  2005 YU3 was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on 22 Dec. 2005 and announced on the 24th, which is when NEODyS and JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS removed it as a risk on Dec. 30th, and JPL removed it on Jan. 6th.

Packed designation:  K05Y03U


2005 YR3

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  65 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-Y30

Notes:  2005 YR3 was discovered by LINEAR on 22 Dec. 2005 and announced two days later, which is when NEODyS posted it with impact solutions. JPL posted it on Dec. 28th.

2005 YR3 went out of view for most NEO observers around Feb. 6th, and wasn't reported again from big telescopes. The Spaceguard Central Node's observing campaign's first page dated April 21st states that 2006 YR3 recovery is "possible in Jan. 2009."

Packed designation:  K05Y03R

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2044-2058  3-6.11-6.48038.6782.2e-070.065

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2064-20722-7.59-7.63038.678
2 Feb. 05

2005 YL128

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  160 meters (JPL 3 Jan. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-Y61

Notes:  2005 YL128 was discovered on 29 Dec. 2005 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and announced early on Dec. 31st UT. JPL posted it on Jan. 3rd as an impact risk and removed it on the 10th.

Packed designation:  K05YC8L


2005 YA37

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  130 meters (JPL 28 Dec. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-Y42

Notes:  2005 YA37 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 26 Dec. 2005 and announced the next day. It was posted with impact solutions by JPL early on the 28th (still the 27th local time), and removed on Jan. 3rd.

Packed designation:  K05Y37A


2005 XY4

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  70 meters (JPL 7 Dec. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-X35

Notes:  2005 XY4 passed Earth at 12.8 lunar distances on 30 Nov. 2005. It was discovered on 6 Dec. 2005 by the Catalina Sky Survey and announced just after midnight UT, following which it was posted by JPL as an impact risk. JPL removed it as a risk on Dec. 8th.

Packed designation:  K05X04Y


2005 XN27

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  50 meters (JPL 9 Dec. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-X48

Notes:  2005 XN27 flew past Earth at 4.0 lunar distances on 2 Dec. 2005, was discovered by LINEAR on the 7th, and was announced the next day. JPL posted it on the 9th with a single low-rated impact solution that was removed the next day.

Packed designation:  K05X27N


2005 XN4

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  350 meters (JPL 7 Dec. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-X30

Notes:  2005 XN4 was discovered on 5 Dec. 2005 by the Catalina Sky Survey and announced the next day. JPL posted it then with impact solutions, and removed it on Dec. 8th.

Packed designation:  K05X04N


2005 XF5

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  960 meters (JPL 8 Dec. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-X42

Notes:  2005 XF5 was discovered with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope on 6 Dec. 2005 and announced on the 8th, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 9th, and both removed it on Dec. 11th.

Packed designation:  K05X05F


2005 XA8

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  25 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-X40

Notes:  2005 XA8 flew through the Earth-Moon system at 0.6 lunar distance on 5 Dec. 2005 and two days later was discovered by LINEAR, which actually had picked it up on the 6th. The discovery was announced on the 8th, which is when JPL and NEODyS posted it with impact solutions.

This object went technically out of view for most NEO observers on Dec. 22nd.

On 14 Jan. 2006, NEODyS revised its risk assessment, removing all impact solutions.

At absolute magnitude H=25.5 reported by JPL on Dec. 9th, 2005 XA8 is among the largest objects to be observed by telescope passing so close, although certainly less bright than the closer-passing 2002 MN's H=23.2 (a size difference that works out very roughly to 25 vs. 75 meters).

Packed designation:  K05X08A

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2063-208629-4.54-4.69017.9647.9e-050.025

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14 Jan. 06

2005 WY55

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  250 meters (JPL 25 Feb. 2006 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-W91

Notes:  2005 WY55 was discovered on 26 Nov. 2005 and announced on the 30th UT, which is when JPL and NEODyS posted it with impact solutions.

The Spaceguard Central Node's observing campaign's first page from April to June 2006 said about 2005 WY55, "easy to observe with a large telescope from March to July," but no observations after mid-January were reported until June 27th. On July 1st observations were published from the Nordic Near-Earth-Object Network (NEON) using the 2.5m Nordic Optical Telescope on La Palma in the Canary Islands, adding 166.996 days to what had been a 45.747-day observing arc. And on July 1st NEODyS and JPL removed 2005 WY55 as an impact risk.

Packed designation:  K05W55Y


2005 WY

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  10 meters (23 Nov. 2005 estimate from standard formula)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-39

Notes:  2005 WY was discovered with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope on 21 Nov. 2005, announced the next day. NEODyS posted it as an impact risk on the 23rd removed it on the 27th. This object passed Earth on Nov. 27th at 2.0 lunar distances, and is estimated to be on the order of ten meters wide.

Packed designation:  K05W00Y


2005 WN3

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  4 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-W65

Notes:  2005 WN3 was discovered on 25 Nov. 2005 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey about 17 hours before this tiny object buzzed the Earth at 22% of the distance to the Moon and then went out of view. This was announced on 26th, which is when JPL posted it with one very low-rated impact solution. NEODyS posted it the next day.

2005 WN3's orbit-changing passage through the Earth-Moon system a half-hour into 26 Nov. UT, as calculated from observations spanning only 12.26 hours, is believed to be the closest observed so far in 2005 and the fifth closest ever caught by telescope.

Resources

Packed designation:  K05W03N

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2024-20241-9.18-9.1800.5112.9e-080.004

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2024-20272-8.97-8.9700.511
27 Nov. 05

2005 WK4

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  320 meters (JPL 5 Dec. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-W79

Notes:  2005 WK4 was discovered by the Siding Spring Survey on 27 Nov. 2005 and was announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 29th, and both removed it on Dec. 7th.

This object is calculated (on Dec. 2nd) to go out of view for most observers on 17 Feb. 2006.

Packed designation:  K05W04K


2005 WJ56

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.00 km. = 0.623 mile (JPL 2 Dec. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-W96

Notes:  2005 WJ56 was discovered by LINEAR on 29 Nov. 2005, announced the next day, and was posted with impact solutions by NEODyS on Dec. 1st. JPL posted it on the 2nd, and both risk monitors removed it on 4 Dec.

Packed designation:  K05W56J


2005 WG57

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  63 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-X02

Notes:  2005 WG57 flew past Earth at about 13.9 lunar distances on 21 Nov. 2005. It was discovered by LINEAR on Nov. 30th and announced the next day, which is when NEODyS and JPL posted it as an impact risk.

Packed designation:  K05W57G

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2029-2104  9-4.80-4.86030.0542.3e-060.063

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2029-2074  6-4.46-4.48026.138
27 Dec. 05

2005 VT2

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  100 meters (JPL 11 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-V54

Notes:  2005 VT2 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 4 Nov. 2005 and was announced on the 7th, which is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it on the 8th and removed it on the 11th, and JPL removed it on Nov. 19th.

Packed designation:  K05V02T


2005 VP

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  28 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-V36

Notes:  2005 VP flew past Earth at 14.7 lunar distances on 23 Oct. 2005. It was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on Nov. 3rd and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 5th.

Packed designation:  K05V00P

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2045-210727-7.27-7.8701.0208.8e-080.028

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2053-20764-7.48-7.7101.020
5 Nov. 05

2005 VN5

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  14 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-V73

Notes:  2005 VN5 was discovered on 10 Nov. 2005 by the Catalina Sky Survey and was announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it on the 12th, the day this small object passed Earth at 1.3 lunar distances.

Packed designation:  K05V05N

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2047-210721-5.33-5.7102.4597.5e-050.014

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2047-207512-5.40-5.7302.459
14 Nov. 05

2005 VN

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  100 meters (JPL 8 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-V35

Notes:  2005 VN was discovered by LINEAR on 2 Nov. 2005 and announced on the 4th, the day it flew past Earth at 17.0 lunar distances, and the day when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it on the 5th, both risk monitors removed it two days later. JPL reposted it on Nov. 8th and removed it again the next day.

Packed designation:  K05V00N


2005 VL1

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  15 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-V46

Notes:  2005 VL1 passed Earth at 5.9 lunar distances on 31 Oct. 2005 and was discovered by LINEAR on Nov. 4th. It was announced the day after, and was posted with impact solutions by JPL on the 6th and NEODyS on the 7th.

Packed designation:  K05V01L

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2031-2106  44-5.94-6.47016.9311.4e-050.015

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2027-208048-6.02-6.42016.931
21 Nov. 05

2005 VD7

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  150 meters (JPL 14 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-V81

Notes:  2005 VD7 flew past Earth at 9.1 lunar distances on 22 Oct. 2005. It was discovered by LINEAR on Nov. 12th and announced the following day, which is when it was posted by JPL with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it the next day, and both risk monitors removed it on Nov. 17th.

Packed designation:  K05V07D


2005 VC

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.31 km. = 0.816 mile (JPL 7 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-V31

Notes:  2005 VC was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 1 Nov. 2005 and announced two days later. It was posted by JPL and NEODyS with impact solutions on Nov. 4th, and was removed by both on Nov. 21st.

Packed designation:  K05V00C


2005 UY6

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  595 meters (JPL 1 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U103

Notes:  2005 UY6 was discovered on 29 Oct. 2005 by NEAT with its Mt. Palomar telescope and was announced two days later. Sometime during 1945-0700 on 31 Oct.-1 Nov., JPL posted this object with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on Nov. 1st, and both risk monitors removed it on Nov. 3rd.

Packed designation:  K05U06Y


2005 UY5

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.02 km. = 0.633 mile (JPL 29 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U89

Notes:  2005 UY5 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 28 Oct. 2005 and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it on Oct. 30th, and both risk monitors removed it on Nov. 4th.

Packed designation:  K05U05Y


2005 UW64

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  740 meters (JPL 1 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-V08

Notes:  2005 UW64 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 31 Oct. 2005 and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 2nd, and both risk monitors removed it on Nov. 6th.

Packed designation:  K05U64W


2005 UW6

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  170 meters (JPL 4 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U102

Notes:  2005 UW6 was discovered on 29 Oct. 2005 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and was announced on the 31st. Sometime during 1800-0700 on 31 Oct.-1 Nov., JPL posted this object with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on Nov. 1st, and both risk monitors removed it on Nov. 5th.

2005 UW6 is calculated by JPL to pass Earth at 17.8 lunar distances on 19 Nov. 2005.

Packed designation:  K05U06W


2005 UT64

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  357 meters (JPL 1 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-V06

Notes:  2005 UT64 was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on 31 Oct. 2005 and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 2nd, and both risk monitors removed it on Nov. 4th.

Packed designation:  K05U64T


2005 UP156

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  2.11 km. = 1.31 mile (JPL 2 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-V11

Notes:  2005 UP156 was discovered on 31 Oct. 2005 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and announced on Nov. 2nd, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it the next day and both risk monitors removed it on Nov. 6th.

Packed designation:  K05UF6P


2005 UO5

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  310 meters (JPL 28 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U82

Notes:  2005 UO5 was discovered on 27 Oct. 2005 by the Siding Spring Survey and announced the next day, which is when it was posted by JPL with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 29th, and both risk monitors removed it as a risk on Nov. 2nd.

Packed designation:  K05U05O


2005 UO

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  130 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U30

Notes:  2005 UO passed Earth at 15.5 lunar distances on 9 Oct. 2005 and was discovered on Oct. 23rd by the Catalina Sky Survey. It was announced the following day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it the next day.

Packed designation:  K05U00O

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
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2074-2074    2-5.36-5.36029.9861.4e-070.130

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2070-2070  1-6.97-6.97029.986
24 Nov.05

2005 UL6

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  42 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U96

Notes:  2005 UL6 passed Earth at 12.3 lunar distances on 17 Oct. 2005 and was discovered with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope on the 29th. The discovery was announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it sometime during 1700-0700 on 31 Oct.-1 Nov.

Packed designation:  K05U06L

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
16 May 08

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2068-2068  2-6.52-6.67024.1412.1e-070.042

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2029-20726-6.50-6.68024.141
15 Dec. 05

2005 UK5

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  70 meters (JPL 29 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U78

Notes:  2005 UK5 was discovered on 27 Oct. 2005 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and announced the next day. It was posted as an impact risk by NEODyS and JPL on the 29th, and both removed it on Nov. 8th.

Packed designation:  K05U05K


2005 UK1

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  661 meters (JPL 5 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U51

Notes:  2005 UK1 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 24 Oct. 2005 and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it on the 26th and both risk monitors removed it on Nov. 7th.

Packed designation:  K05U01K


2005 UJ159

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.10 km. = 0.683 mile (JPL 12 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-V55

Notes:  2005 UJ159 was discovered on 30 Oct. 2005 by NEAT with its Mt. Palomar telescope, confirmed during 5-7 Nov., and announced on Nov. 7th. It was listed as an impact risk by JPL and NEODyS on the 8th and delisted on Nov. 13th.

Packed designation:  K05UF9J


2005 UH6

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  960 meters (JPL 2 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U94

Notes:  2005 UH6 was discovered on 28 Oct. 2005 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and was announced on the 30th, which is when it was posted by JPL with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it sometime during 1700-0700 on 31 Oct.-1 Nov. JPL removed it on Nov. 3rd, and NEODyS on the 6th.

Packed designation:  K05U06H


2005 UH1

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  276 meters (JPL 25 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U49

Notes:  2005 UH1 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 24 Oct. 2005 and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 26th and removed it the next day. JPL removed it on 28 Oct.

Packed designation:  K05U01H


2005 UG5

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  40 meters (JPL 28 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U76

Notes:  2005 UG5 was discovered on 27 Oct. 2005 with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope and announced the next day, which is when it was posted by JPL with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 29th, and both risk monitors removed it the next day.

Packed designation:  K05U05G


2005 UC3

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  10 meters (JPL 8 Dec. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U55

Notes:  2005 UC3 passed Earth at 13.1 lunar distances on 14 Oct. 2005 and was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on the 24th. It was announced on the 27th, which is when NEODyS posted it with a single very-low rated impact solution. JPL posted it the next day.

2005 UC3 technically went out of view for most observers on Oct. 28th, but on Dec. 8th it was reported that David Tholen's team on Mauna Kea caught it on Nov. 11th.

Packed designation:  K05U03C

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment

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2076-20761-11.21-11.21018.071
8 Dec.

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2076-21012-7.71-7.95018.0714.8e-070.010

2005 UA6

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  80 meters (JPL 29 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U91

Notes:  2005 UA6 flex past Earth at 8.6 lunar distances on 21 Oct. 2005 and was discovered by LINEAR on Oct. 28. It was announced the following day, which is when it was posted by JPL with a single very-low rated impact solution that was removed on the next day.

Packed designation:  K05U06A


2005 UA1

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  20 meters (JPL 19 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-U40

Notes:  2005 UA1 is a small object that passed Earth at 2.8 lunar distances late on 20 Oct. 2005. It was discovered on the 23rd by the Catalina Sky Survey, announced the next day, posted by NEODyS with impact solutions on the 25th. JPL posted it on Oct. 29th, removed it the next day, and reposted it on Nov. 9th.

NEODyS noted in Feb. 2006, "Possible recovery in 2006-2007."

Packed designation:  K05U01A

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment

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2036-20513-7.44-7.47019.020
19 Nov.

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2036-20361-7.46-7.46019.0207.8e-080.020

2005 TU45

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.34 km. = 0.833 mile (JPL 13 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-T61

Notes:  2005 TU45 was discovered on 5 Oct. 2005 with the 3.6m Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT) on Mauna Kea in Hawaii and was announced on Oct. 10th, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it the next day.

CFHT discovery and follow-up credits are combined in the MPEC as "Observers P. Forshay, J. Luthe. Measurers A. Boattini, F. Bernardi." David Tholen tells A/CC on 11 Oct. that "2005 TU45 is another one of our small solar elongation discoveries using queue time at CFHT."

This object technically went out of view for most NEO observers on Nov. 30th. JPL and NEODyS removed it as a risk on 2 March 2006 when observations became available from Tholen et al. from 11-12 Nov.

Packed designation:  K05T45U


2005 TS15

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  220 meters (JPL 14 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-T44

Notes:  2005 TS15 was discovered on 5 Oct. 2005 by the Catalina Sky Survey and announced on the 6th, which is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it the next day, and both risk monitors removed it on Oct. 21st.

On Oct. 13th, this object became the first discovered in 2005 to have its risk assessment elevated above Torino Scale 0, when both risk monitors put it at TS-1, which is simply a call for "special monitoring." It was returned to TS-0 with the next day's observational data.

Packed designation:  K05T15S


2005 TR15

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.08 km. = 0.671 mile (JPL 11 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-T43

Notes:  2005 TR15 was discovered on 3 Oct. 2005 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and announced on the 6th, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it the next day and removed it on Oct. 11th, and JPL removed it on the 12th.

Packed designation:  K05T15R


2005 TP

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  250 meters (JPL 8 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-T32

Notes:  2005 TP was discovered by the Siding Spring Survey on 2 Oct. 2005 and announced two days later, when it was posted by JPL with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 5th, and both risk monitors removed it on Oct. 11th.

Packed designation:  K05T00P


2005 TM173

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  51 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-TM173

Notes:  2005 TM173 was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on 9 Oct. 2005, which alone observed it once more, two days later. This was announced late on 21 Nov. 2005 and the next day JPL and NEODyS posted it with impact solutions.

Packed designation:  K05TH3M

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
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2009-2106168-5.43-6.3701.9479.8e-070.051

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2009-207597-5.64-6.1801.947
22 Nov. 05

2005 TK50

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  6 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-T87

Notes:  2005 TK50 was discovered on 9 Oct. 2005 by FMO Project (FMOP) volunteer Josep Gomez in Spain, who was reviewing images online from the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope. The discovery was announced on the 12th, which is when JPL posted it with three very low-rated impact solutions. NEODyS posted it the next day.

This object flew through the Earth-Moon system at 0.4 lunar distance on Oct. 10th.

Packed designation:  K05T50K

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
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2027-21063-8.71-8.7600.2171.4e-070.006

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2027-20542-9.82-10.0600.217
13 Oct. 05

2005 TH50

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  9 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-T85

Notes:  2005 TH50 flew past Earth at 4.9 lunar distances on 8 Oct. 2005 and was discovered on the 11th by FMO Project (FMOP) volunteer Roberto Gorelli of Italy, who was reviewing images online from the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope. It was announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on Oct. 13th.

Packed designation:  K05T50H

NEODyS Clomon AssessmentJPL NEOPO Sentry Assessment
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2031-209424-5.94-6.3403.7855.7e-050.009

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2031-207712-6.66-7.0003.802
14 Oct. 05

2005 TG

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  615 meters (8 Oct. 2005 estimate from standard formula)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-T21

Notes:  2005 TG was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 1 Oct. 2005 and announced two days later. NEODyS posted this object as an impact risk on Oct. 4th and removed it three days later.

Packed designation:  K05T00G


2005 TF49

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  450 meters (JPL 11 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-T64

Notes:  2005 TF49 was discovered at LONEOS on 8 Oct. 2005 and announced three days later, which is when NEODyS and JPL posted it with impact solutions. Both removed it on Oct. 14th.

Packed designation:  K05T49F


2005 TE15

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  370 meters (JPL 6 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-T38

Notes:  2005 TE15 was discovered on 4 Oct. 2005 by NEAT with its Mt. Palomar telescope and announced the next day. Sometime between 2337-0030 UTC on 5-6 Oct. (still the 5th in Pasadena), JPL posted this object with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 6th, and both risk monitors removed it the next day.

Packed designation:  K05T15E


2005 TB15

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  188 meters (JPL 5 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-T37

Notes:  2005 TB15 was discovered on 1 Oct. 2005 by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and announced on the 5th, which is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it on the 6th, and both monitors removed it two days later.

Packed designation:  K05T15B


2005 TB

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.19 km. = 0.738 mile (JPL 4 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-T16

Notes:  2005 TB was discovered on 1 Oct. by the Catalina Sky Survey and announced two days later, following which it was posted by JPL with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on Oct. 4th, and both risk monitors removed it the next day.

Packed designation:  K05T00B


2005 TA

Current assessment:  JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  12 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-T14

Notes:  2005 TA was discovered on 1 Oct. 2005 by the Siding Spring Survey and announced the next day, after which it was posted by JPL with impact solutions. It flew past Earth at 2.0 lunar distances on the 3rd.

Packed designation:  K05T00A


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2099-21002-7.29-7.3203.5191.8e-060.012

2005 SQ

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  270 meters (JPL 7 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-S33

Notes:  2005 SQ was discovered by NEAT with its Mt. Palomar telescope on 22 Sept. 2005 and was announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on Sept. 27th, removed it two days later, and reposted it on Oct. 4th. JPL removed it on the 8th and NEODyS again on Oct. 11th.

Packed designation:  K05S00Q


2005 SP1

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  70 meters (JPL 16 Nov. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-S42

Notes:  2005 SP1 flew past Earth at 5.7 lunar distances on 15 Sept. 2005. It was discovered on the 23rd by the Catalina Sky Survey and announced on the 25th, which is when JPL posted it with two low-rated impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on Sept. 28th and removed it on Oct. 14th. JPL removed it on May 11th of the next year, when observations were reported from Andrushivka Obs. from 25 Sept. 2005, within this object's 20-day observing arc.

Packed designation:  K05S01P


2005 SE71

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  790 meters (JPL 8 Oct. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-T10

Notes:  2005 SE71 was discovered by the Mt. Lemmon Survey on 30 Sept. 2005. It was announced on Oct. 1st, and NEODyS posted it with impact solutions the following day, and removed it on Oct. 7th. JPL had it posted from Oct. 4th until the 13th.

Packed designation:  K05S71E


2005 RR6

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  660 meters (JPL 17 Sept. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-R44

Notes:  2005 RR6 was discovered by Fabrizio Bernardi on 4 Sept. 2005 with the Japanese 8.2m Subaru Telescope on Mauna Kea and announced early on Sept. 10th, the day that NEODyS and JPL posted it with impact solutions. See a Sept. 21st news item for more info about the discovery. It was removed as a risk by NEODyS on Sept. 17th, and by JPL seven days later.

Packed designation:  K05R06R


2005 RQ6

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  580 meters (JPL 9 Sept. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-R43

Notes:  2005 RQ6 was discovered on 8 Sept. 2005 by the Siding Spring Survey and was announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it on the 10th, and both removed it on the 13th.

Packed designation:  K05R06Q


2005 RD34

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  300 meters (JPL 16 Sept. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-S04

Notes:  2005 RD34 was discovered on 15 Sept. 2005 by the Catalina Sky Survey and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 17th, and both risk monitors removed it on the 18th.

Packed designation:  K05R34D


2005 QP87

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  10 meters (30 Sept. 2005 estimate from standard formula)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-R03

Notes:  2005 QP87 flew past Earth at 2.9 lunar distances on 31 Aug. 2005, the day it was discovered by FMOP online volunteer Stefan Kurti of Slovakia four days later while reviewing images from the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope. It was announced the next day and posted by NEODyS on Sept. 2nd with one low-rated impact solution, and was delisted as a risk two days later.

Packed designation:  K05Q87P


2005 QK76

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  31 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-Q57

Notes:  2005 QK76 flew past Earth at 12.6 lunar distances on 27 Aug. 2005 and was discovered three days later with the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope. It was announced Aug. 31st, which is when JPL posted it as an impact risk. NEODyS posted it on Sept. 1st.

Packed designation:  K05Q76K

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2030-2108  11-3.85-4.0301.6785.3e-050.031

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2030-208015-3.96-4.2101.678
9 Sept. 05

2005 QG88

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  357 meters (JPL 2 Sept. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-QG88

Notes:  2005 QG88 was discovered on 31 Aug. 2005 by Spacewatch with its 0.9m telescope, and was announced late the next day. JPL and NEODyS posted it on Sept. 2nd, and removed it the next day.

Packed designation:  K05Q88G


2005 QE30

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.80 km. = 1.12 miles (JPL 31 Aug. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-Q41

Notes:  2005 QE30 was discovered on 26 Aug. 2005 by NEAT with its Mt. Palomar telescope and announced on the 30th, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 31st, and both risk monitors removed it the next day.

Packed designation:  K05Q30E


2005 QA5

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  220 meters (JPL 27 Aug. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-Q53

Notes:  2005 QA5 was discovered by 26 Aug. 2005 by the Siding Spring Survey. It was announced the next day, when is when JPL posted it with impact solutions, and those were removed the next day.

Packed designation:  K05Q05A


2005 PO

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  340 meters (JPL 7 Aug. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-P26

Notes:  2005 PO was discovered by NEAT with its Mt. Palomar telescope on 3 Aug. 2005 and announced on the 5th, which is when JPL posted it as a risk. NEODyS posted it the next day, and both risk monitors removed it on the 8th.

Packed designation:  K05P00O


2005 OU2

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  630 meters (JPL 31 July 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-O46

Notes:  2005 OU2 was discovered on 29 July 2005 by the Siding Spring Survey and announced on the 31st. That is when it was posted by JPL with a single impact solution, which was eliminated on Aug. 2nd.

Packed designation:  K05O02U


2005 OJ3

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  940 meters (JPL 2 Aug. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-P07

Notes:  2005 OJ3 was discovered by CINEOS in Italy on 30 July 2005 and announced on Aug. 1st. That is when JPL posted it with a single impact solution, which was removed on Aug. 4th.

Packed designation:  K05O03J


2005 NZ6

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  1.16 km. = 0.720 mile (JPL 5 Aug. 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-N34

Notes:  2005 NZ6 was discovered on 3 July 2005 by NEAT with its Mt. Palomar telescope and announced on the 6th. After further observation was reported on July 7th, 2005 NZ6 was posted by JPL and NEODyS with hundreds of highly preliminary impact solutions. JPL and NEODyS removed it as a risk on Aug. 7th.

Packed designation:  K05N06Z


2005 NX55

Current assessments:  NEODyS [backup] & JPL NEOPO

Diameter:  140 meters (JPL 16 May 2008 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-N64

Notes:  2005 NX55 was discovered early on 11 July 2005 by FMO Project volunteer Ed Majden, who was reviewing images online from the Spacewatch 0.9m telescope, and was announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on July 13th, but it was caught only once more, by David Tholen et. al on the 12th with the 90" Bok Telescope on Kitt Peak, which was reported on July 17th. See news thread.

Packed designation:  K05N55X

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2011-2102  86-5.11-5.7201.1343.1e-080.140

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17 July 05

2005 NX39

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  380 meters (JPL 12 July 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-N43

Notes:  2005 NX39 was discovered on 9 July 2005 by the Catalina Sky Survey and announced on the 10th, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 11th and both risk monitors removed it on July 13th.

Packed designation:  K05N39X


2005 NJ1

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  501 meters (JPL 8 July 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-NJ1

Notes:  2005 NJ1 was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on 2 July 2005 and announced on the 4th. JPL posted it with impact solutions the same day by local time, early on the 5th UT. NEODyS posted it later on the 5th. JPL removed it on July 9th, and NEODyS on the 13th.

Packed designation:  K05N01J


2005 NG

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  50 meters (JPL 8 July 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-N09

Notes:  2005 NG passed Earth at 9.5 lunar distances on 29 June 2005 and was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on July 2nd. It was confirmed overnight and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 4th and removed it on the 12th, while JPL removed it on July 9th.

Packed designation:  K05N00G


2005 NE7

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  529 meters (JPL 7 July 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-N33

Notes:  2005 NE7 was discovered by the Siding Spring Survey on 5 July 2005 and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 7th and removed it on the 11th. JPL removed it on July 9th.

Packed designation:  K05N07E


2005 NB7

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

Diameter:  620 meters (JPL 25 July 2005 estimate)

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPEC 2005-N32

Notes:  2005 NB7 was discovered on 5 July 2005 by the Catalina Sky Survey and announced the next day, which is when JPL posted it with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it on the 7th, and both monitors removed it as a risk on July 28th.

Packed designation:  K05N07B


P/2005 JQ5 (Catalina)

Current assessment:  NO impact solutions

JPL:  Orbit Viewer     NEODyS:  object home page [backup] & observations [backup]

Circulars:  MPECs 2005-J29, 2005-K14, 2005-K30, 2005-K56, 2005-L27, 2005-L55 &

2005-M24

2005 JQ5 was discovered early on 6 May 2004 by the Catalina Sky Survey and confirmed by a dozen observatories through the next night. It was announced very early on the 8th and, still the 7th in Pasadena, was posted by JPL with impact solutions. NEODyS posted it later on the 8th and removed it on the 12th. On May 17th it was announced that this object is a comet, redesignated P/2005 JQ5 (Catalina). One impact solution in 2085 lingered in JPL's calculations until this object was removed as a risk on June 7th.

See news about this comet's potential to cause a meteor shower during the night of 12-13 June (no reports received by A/CC yet) and news about the possibility for the period 14-24 June.

P/2005 JQ5 was observed by radar from Arecibo on June 12th.

Packed designation:  K05J05Q


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